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Plans to build the UK's first nuclear power plant to the generation have been delayed by the British government. Hours after the French energy company EDF to agree to go ahead with that. The new British business secretary Greek Clark said he want to carefully consider the project before backing it.
John Moreland reports.
meeting in Paris EDF's board voted by ten to seven percent to improve the plants which could usher on a new nuclear era for Britain. but in a surprising move, the financial contract between the firm and government will not be signed until reflecting the ocean, government sources denied the minister's having this second source.
They say there was leadership in the country, it is right time taken to consider the huge project, they have already suffered from years of setbacks, this is another unexpected delay. And in a week of referendum vote, it's a move to send mixed signals by Britain being open for business.
Indonesian official say the executions of four prisoners sentenced to death for drug offences have been carried out. The three Nigerians and a Indonesian were shot on the Nusei Combangon prison island.
Jessi Camecalon reports.
"Earlier this week, Indonesian attorney general said fourteen people will be executed for drug offences, but so far only four have faced fine in scourt, official did not say whether the ten others who include nationals from Parkistan, Indian, Zimbarbwei as well as Indonesian be spared or whether they will be executed at latest date. Relatives, foreign governments, the United Nations and rights groups had urged Indonesian authority to spare the prisoner's lives. but the government says tough sentences is necessary to deter drug trafficking."
A news magazine in France says it's heard the voice recording made by Adel Kirmish, one of the two attackers who killed an elderly priest on Tuesday. Message just find justifying what Kurmish planed to do will send ware messaging service who just incripted when not picked up by French intelligence services.
Hillary Clinton will address in Democratic National convention in Philadelphia in a few hours time set in her vision for the presidency. Barber Platouch reports. "Hillary Clinton had an incredible set up celebtated by a staler caste celebrities and strongly endorsed by powerful political figures including President Obama, but this will be her moment. The stickers are high, she is in tight race with Republican candidate Donald Trump, and many voters do not like and trust her.
Mrs. Clinton will also need to convince people she can bring about change, and at the same time, carry on the legacy of the president Obama. She will repeat this of up to mistake of the United States, contrasting that was Mr. Trump message of country in crisis. Aids say she will highlight the part of division layed out by Republicans and draw on her campaign theme stronger together."
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Wife of the US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Malania has deleted her website after US media speculated over the accuracy of some of claims.
Noder Beker has the story.
The US media questioned whether the wife of Republican nominee for President had degree in architecture from University in Slovinia as her online biography stated, we got new response instead her website disappeared and in rare Twiter she said that the cite was created in 2012 and has been removed because it does not accurately reflect her current business and professional interests.
Las Vegas staff member from the Donald Trump campaign had to apologize for taking remarks from Michillel Obamma and using them in Merlania Trump speech to the Republican convention.
The former investment banker and world bank economist Petro Publo Kechinsky has been sworn in his Peru new President. Mr. Kerqinski said he longed for Peru to be a more modern, just and equal country in five-years time. Peru's economy has seen impressive growth in the last few year, but a large number of Peruvian in poverty in many towns like basic service.
The authorities in the came Island in the Carebin have begun to releasing genetic modified mosquitoes in the big to control the Zika virus.The plan is to release millions of genetically modified males that don't bite and will mate females to produce offspring that die before reaching adulthood.
The government of Norway is considering altering its borders with Finland to give it a new highest mountain, would also mark one hundred years since Finland's independence from Russia, currently Finland's highest point is one thousand three hundred twenty four meters above sea level, a mountain spur known as Hotosika, but the peak of the mountain just seven meters higher than Norway, a border move of only fourty meters if give the peak to Finland.